Saturday 16 April 2016

Use Your Snippets!

Another of my Fiskarettes Design Team projects to share today, this time to use up a few of the left over snippets of card from my ever-growing pile!
The black background is embossed with a Creative Expression 'Checkboard A4 Pinpoint' embossing folder.  The four coloured squares of card were cut slightly smaller than the four white squares and two opposite corners were rounded on each square. Two flowers were punched with a daisy die and layered to make them fuller. 

I would like to enter my card for the following challenges:


  1. Love the graphic art look of this. Cara x

  2. Great design, love the black embossed background and the lovely bright images.
    My white snippets are the worst, can not seem to get them down at all.

    Kath x

  3. A lovely card Liz using all those bright snippets and I really like the black embossed background. Barbxx

  4. This is so beautiful, Liz!! I love the colors against the black background!! They really pop!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  5. I was really struck by this one when I saw it on the Facebook page, wonderful colour combo, just right for the striking design, and a great use of snippets

  6. Fabulous bold, vibrant and contemporary colours. Love them against the black textured background x

  7. A striking card - love the vivid colors and layout. Everything just "pops"!

  8. What a wonderful bold and lively card! I thought it was so clever of you to emboss the black background, which keeps it feeling light and whimsical. I also think the versatility of your design is great and would suit so many people perfectly! Thank you so much for sharing such a fabulous card with us for this week's Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!


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